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Professor Kontzamanis is an assistant professor in the Department of Nursing’s Baccalaureate Program. She teaches Community Health Nursing in the third semester of the Program. This partially on-line course introduces students to caring for individuals and groups in the community and discusses basic community health concepts.
Professor Kontzamanis has a BS from Hunter College, an MA from New York University, and is completing her Doctorate in Nursing Science (DNS) at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her research area of interest is cultural competence. She recently was an Assistant Professor at Long Island University and and prior to that was Vice President of Clinical Operations at Visiting Nurse Regional Health System. She has also taught at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights and has held administrative positions at Metropolitan Jewish Health Systems. She has extensive experience in Community Health Nursing and Leadership and Management.
Professor Kontzamanis is a member of the Home Care Association of New York State, the National League for Nursing, Long Island University’s Honor Society of the School of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Upsilon Chapter, and the Brooklyn Borough President’s Quarterly Health Care Task Force. She recently co- authored an article on teaching emergency and disaster preparedness to baccalaureate nursing students that was published in an on-line nursing journal.